Consumer Reports: All-Season Tires 2018
All-season tires come in sizes to fit everything from small cars to light-duty SUVs and pickups (and they come standard on many sedans and minivans). They are the most popular type of tire and are designed to handle most conditions, including dry and wet pavement and light to moderate snow. Size tested: 215/60R16
An all-season tire suitable for many family cars, small SUV's and light duty trucks. A top rated all season tire with few shortcomings.
The TrueContact offers balanced grip and handling to tackle most weather conditions. A high scoring all-season tire.
General Altimax RT43
A good blend of all-season performance, comfort, and long tread life. The Altimax RT43 comes in T, H, and V speed ratings covering a range of tire sizes to fit new and many older cars on the road.
Pirelli P4 Four Seasons Plus
A well rounded all-season tire and the longest wearing tire of the test
Nexen Aria AH7
A good choice for driving in varying weather conditions, and a long wearing tire. Long tread life and quietness are highlights.
Goodyear Assurance TripleTred All-Season
An all-season tire suitable for many family cars, small SUV's and light duty trucks. Long tread life and impressive performance on dry and wet pavement. A very good choice where icy road conditions are rare.
Kumho Solus TA11
A well rounded choice for most weather conditions. Low rolling resistance, a factor in fuel economy.
Cooper CS5 Grand Touring
Long wear and good performance to tackle most weather conditions.
Yokohama AVID Ascend
For those seeking a quiet , long wearing tire with good three season performance. A quiet, comfortable tire with impressive tread life. Fair stopping grip on wet and icy surfaces.
BFGoodrich Advantage T/A
A well rounded choice for most weather conditions. Relatively high rolling resistance, and fair wet braking.